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SlideshowTerabit in Action at SC14

The Terabit Demonstrator Topology
As show above, the topology included three servers: 
Server 1 at TU-Dresden: Dual Socket Ivy Bridge E5-2670v2 (8 cores each), 128GByte DRAM, CentOS, kernel without KVM 
Server 2 at HLRS: Dual Socket Haswell E5-2660v3 (10/10 physical/virtual cores each), 128GByte DRAM, CentOS, KVM kernel  
Server 3 at T-Systems: Quad Socket Ivy Bridge E5-4620v2 (8 cores each), 1TByte DRAM total (NUMA), CentOS, KVM kernel
As show above, the topology included three servers:
Server 1 at TU-Dresden: Dual Socket Ivy Bridge E5-2670v2 (8 cores each), 128GByte DRAM, CentOS, kernel without KVM
Server 2 at HLRS: Dual Socket Haswell E5-2660v3 (10/10 physical/virtual cores each), 128GByte DRAM, CentOS, KVM kernel
Server 3 at T-Systems: Quad Socket Ivy Bridge E5-4620v2 (8 cores each), 1TByte DRAM total (NUMA), CentOS, KVM kernel

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